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Celtic Announcements for 10/29/14

Good Thursday Morning Celts, and happy Halloween Eve...  

 

Here’s some news you need to know...

 

Please be aware that school dress code policy still applies tomorrow.  You may dress as you’d like, but if your outfit distracts other students from learning, is immodest, or depicts innapropriate subject matter then you could be asked to change before continuing your school day.  Also remember, masks and weapons are never allowed, either real or replicas, so be smart and safe tomorrow.

 

The Boys Basketball Team is looking for 2 team managers for the upcoming season.  If you are interested, please see Coach Kirch

in room 159 for more details.  

 

Our red hot Soccer and Volleyball teams are going to be continuing to play in the post-season in an effort to battle their way into a State Championship match.  Come and watch the Boys Soccer team on Saturday at 4:00 as they take on South Medford, this will be one of a very few home field events so make sure to support the team while you can.  The volleyball team plays on Saturday as well.  The girls are taking on Newberg at 6:30 right here in McNary’s gym.  Both of these are OSAA events so ASB cards will not get you in for free.  Each match is $4 for students, but that will be the best $4 you’ve spent in a long time, these teams are HOT!

 

Do you want to go to college? Do want free money to go to college? Do you need help with filling out college applications? Do you have questions about the FASFA? Come join the WOU Project Nov 5th after school in the cafeteria. If you have any questions about college or the WOU project. Feel free to ask Mr. Strejc aka Mr. S.  Remember Nov 5th!

 

The SAT and ACT is a required college entrance exam.  If you are planning or thinking about going to college, you will be taking one or both of these tests in the spring of your junior year.  Do you know which test you will do better on the SAT or the ACT?  On Saturday, November 15th Sprague will be hosting a HYBRID SAT/ACT TEST from 8:30-1:00 PM.  All freshman, sophomores, and juniors are highly encouraged to take this test because the results of this test will tell if you will be more successful on the SAT or ACT.  The test only costs $10 and will give you an idea of what the real testing scenario feels like. You can sign up with the book keeper at McNary  the deadline to sign up at MCNary will be Wednesday November 15 after the 15th you will be asked to pay at Sprague on the day of the test.   If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

 

Please congratulate your following Boys Varsity soccer players with the following All Greater Valley Conference honors:  ALL First team Greater Valley Conference 2014, Gustavo Villalvazo, Mario Garcia, Paulo Reyes

ALL Second team Greater Valley Conference, Jose Daniel Caballero, Garon Stanley.   ALL Honorable Mention Greater Valley Conference, Eloy Roldan, Diego Sanchez.  Coach of the Year Greater Valley Conference, Miguel Camarena

Come, cheer and support on your boys varsity soccer team on Saturday Nov 1st for their playoff game times to be announced soon.

 

There will be a dodgeball tournament as a fundraiser for Payton Williams on Saturday, November  15th at 9 AM. Teams must consist of a minimum six players, and two female players must be on the court at all times. Teams also need a designated captain who will relay information to and from the team. Players are to be 13 years or older. Entry fees are $60 per team, with checks being made out to McNary Volleyball. Registration forms and entry fees are due by Friday, November 7th. There will be prizes for the best dressed team, and the tournament champion. We hope to see you out there!

 

The Celtic Shop is open for business.  Located in the commons, the Celtic Shops serves a variety of treats and beverages.  It is open during both lunches, before school on Wednesday, and after school most days until 3pm.  Stop by and grab a juice, a soft pretzel with cheese, or a variety of delicious packaged goods."

 

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

 

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

 

We are still signing up McNary students for the Keizer Community Center clean up day on November 15th.  If you want to earn some Community Service hours and step up to take care of your community then please stop by Mr. Heimerdinger’s room, that’s number 53, to pick up a waiver and sign up for the event.  There will be a lot of McNary blue at the event, so be sure to wear yours and join in.  

 

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208, yes that’s right, it’s changed from Thursdays to Friday, so mark your calendar.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

Seniors your yearbook photos will be due before you know it.  For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/28/14

Good morning Celts, and welcome to week 9 of the 2014 -2015 school year.  I hope you came into the building today and felt like all your friends were waiting for you, because they were, welcome back.  

 

Here’s some news you need to know...

 

Dance tryouts will be in the dance room and all practice Wednesday, the 29th from 7-9pm. This is the last day to join for the year!

 

The McNary Volleyball Team will host Gresham tomorrow at 6:30pm in the first round of the OSAA state playoffs. The cost for students is $4, no ASB cards or passes are allowed. Come support your lady Celts!

 

Do you want to go to college? Do want free money to go to college? Do you need help with filling out college applications? Do you have questions about the FASFA? Come join the WOU Project Nov 5th after school in the cafeteria. If you have any questions about college or the WOU project. Feel free to ask Mr. Strejc aka Mr. S.  Remember Nov 5th!

 

The SAT and ACT is a required college entrance exam.  If you are planning or thinking about going to college, you will be taking one or both of these tests in the spring of your junior year.  Do you know which test you will do better on the SAT or the ACT?  On Saturday, November 15th Sprague will be hosting a HYBRID SAT/ACT TEST from 8:30-1:00 PM.  All freshman, sophomores, and juniors are highly encouraged to take this test because the results of this test will tell if you will be more successful on the SAT or ACT.  The test only costs $10 and will give you an idea of what the real testing scenario feels like. You can sign up with the book keeper at McNary  the deadline to sign up at MCNary will be Wednesday November 15 after the 15th you will be asked to pay at Sprague on the day of the test.   If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

 

Please congratulate your following Boys Varsity soccer players with the following All Greater Valley Conference honors:  ALL First team Greater Valley Conference 2014, Gustavo Villalvazo, Mario Garcia, Paulo Reyes

ALL Second team Greater Valley Conference, Jose Daniel Caballero, Garon Stanley.   ALL Honorable Mention Greater Valley Conference, Eloy Roldan, Diego Sanchez.  Coach of the Year Greater Valley Conference, Miguel Camarena

Come, cheer and support on your boys varsity soccer team on Saturday Nov 1st for their playoff game times to be announced soon.

 

There will be a dodgeball tournament as a fundraiser for Payton Williams on Saturday, November  15th at 9 AM. Teams must consist of a minimum six players, and two female players must be on the court at all times. Teams also need a designated captain who will relay information to and from the team. Players are to be 13 years or older. Entry fees are $60 per team, with checks being made out to McNary Volleyball. Registration forms and entry fees are due by Friday, November 7th. There will be prizes for the best dressed team, and the tournament champion. We hope to see you out there!

 

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  SOON you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

 

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

 

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

 

We are still signing up McNary students for the Keizer Community Center clean up day on November 15th.  If you want to earn some Community Service hours and step up to take care of your community then please stop by Mr. Heimerdinger’s room, that’s number 53, to pick up a waiver and sign up for the event.  There will be a lot of McNary blue at the event, so be sure to wear yours and join in.  

 

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208, yes that’s right, it’s changed from Thursdays to Friday, so mark your calendar.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

Seniors your yearbook photos will be due before you know it.  For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/27/14

Good morning Celts, and welcome to week 9 of the 2014 -2015 school year.  I hope you came into the building today and felt like all your friends were waiting for you, because they were, welcome back.  

 

Here’s some news you need to know...

 

The SAT and ACT is a required college entrance exam.  If you are planning or thinking about going to college, you will be taking one or both of these tests in the spring of your junior year.  Do you know which test you will do better on the SAT or the ACT?  On Saturday, November 15th Sprague will be hosting a HYBRID SAT/ACT TEST from 8:30-1:00 PM.  All freshman, sophomores, and juniors are highly encouraged to take this test because the results of this test will tell if you will be more successful on the SAT or ACT.  The test only costs $10 and will give you an idea of what the real testing scenario feels like. You can sign up with the book keeper at McNary  the deadline to sign up at MCNary will be Wednesday November 15 after the 15th you will be asked to pay at Sprague on the day of the test.   If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

 

Please congratulate your following Boys Varsity soccer players with the following All Greater Valley Conference honors:  ALL First team Greater Valley Conference 2014, Gustavo Villalvazo, Mario Garcia, Paulo Reyes

ALL Second team Greater Valley Conference, Jose Daniel Caballero, Garon Stanley.   ALL Honorable Mention Greater Valley Conference, Eloy Roldan, Diego Sanchez.  Coach of the Year Greater Valley Conference, Miguel Camarena

Come, cheer and support on your boys varsity soccer team on Saturday Nov 1st for their playoff game times to be announced soon.

 

Your McNary Boys soccer team are the new 2014 GVC CHAMPIONS.

The boys varsity soccer team won 3-2 with another dramatic comeback  to win the 2014 Greater Valley Conference. The boys show their winning mentality and tremendous mental strength and character during this season and last night was not the exception.  Jose Daniel Caballero scored the first goal of the game for the celtics Assisted by Mario Garcia but Sprague scored 2 unanswered goals. Gustavo Villalvazo scored the second goal for the Celtics to tie the game, Then again Jose Daniel Caballero scored the winning goal assisted by Gustavo Villalvazo scored 2 goals and Gustavo Villalvazo add 1 more goal to secure the Celtics win. Joel Benjamin had 9 saves for the Celtics.

Thank you to our fans , they were our player number 12 in the field. They were chanting, supporting, cheering, we dedicate this championship to all of you.

 

There will be a dodgeball tournament as a fundraiser for Payton Williams on Saturday, November  15th at 9 AM. Teams must consist of a minimum six players, and two female players must be on the court at all times. Teams also need a designated captain who will relay information to and from the team. Players are to be 13 years or older. Entry fees are $60 per team, with checks being made out to McNary Volleyball. Registration forms and entry fees are due by Friday, November 7th. There will be prizes for the best dressed team, and the tournament champion. We hope to see you out there!

 

Do you like to carve pumpkins and watch movies?  Here is your opportunity to do both while supporting the American Cancer Society!  There will be a pumpkin carving party in room 261 TODAY October 27th from 2:30pm-5:30pm.  You will get to watch "Nighmare Before Christmas" and carve pumpkins while enjoying popcorn, chips, and a wide variety of candy and cookies.  It only costs $5.00 and you'll even get a pumpkin to carve.  Want to bring your own?  Then it will only be $2.00.  What a good deal!!  Please sign up outside of room 261 to reserve your pumpkin now!  Family and friends are welcome to attend too--just sign them up and have them check in at the main office.    

 

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  SOON you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

 

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

 

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

 

We are still signing up McNary students for the Keizer Community Center clean up day on November 15th.  If you want to earn some Community Service hours and step up to take care of your community then please stop by Mr. Heimerdinger’s room, that’s number 53, to pick up a waiver and sign up for the event.  There will be a lot of McNary blue at the event, so be sure to wear yours and join in.  

 

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208, yes that’s right, it’s changed from Thursdays to Friday, so mark your calendar.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

Seniors your yearbook photos will be due before you know it.  For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/24/31

Ole, Ole Ole Ole, Go Celts, It’s FRIDAY.  One more week done, and what a great one it was.

Your McNary Boys soccer team are the new 2014 GVC CHAMPIONS.

The boys varsity soccer team won 3-2 with another dramatic comeback  to win the 2014 Greater Valley Conference. The boys show their winning mentality and tremendous mental strength and character during this season and last night was not the exception.  Jose Daniel Caballero scored the first goal of the game for the celtics Assisted by Mario Garcia but Sprague scored 2 unanswered goals. Gustavo Villalvazo scored the second goal for the Celtics to tie the game, Then again Jose Daniel Caballero scored the winning goal assisted by Gustavo Villalvazo scored 2 goals and Gustavo Villalvazo add 1 more goal to secure the Celtics win. Joel Benjamin had 9 saves for the Celtics.

Thank you to our fans , they were our player number 12 in the field. They were chanting, supporting, cheering, we dedicate this championship to all of you.

Let’s see if we can revive the magic tonight at the Varsity Football game as we take on the South Salem Saxons.  It’s going to be an exciting game so come on out and support the Celts.  

Congratulations to Squuad team members Pedro Valencia, Ernesto Ramos, Noah Edwards, Arturo Villalvazo, Tyrell Kennedy-Ashepak, Cauvel Thompson, and Tylor Kennedy-Ashepak for winning the 2014 Intramural Volleyball Championship.  They defeated the McNary Staff Team composed of Sergeant Ellis, Ms. Adams, Mrs. Jacobson-Secor, Mr. Miller, Major Garcia, Mr. Tiller, and Mr. Strejc.  Thanks to all who participated. Intramural Basketball and Soccer will be coming next spring.  

There will be a dodgeball tournament as a fundraiser for Payton Williams on Saturday, November  15th at 9 AM. Teams must consist of a minimum six players, and two female players must be on the court at all times. Teams also need a designated captain who will relay information to and from the team. Players are to be 13 years or older. Entry fees are $60 per team, with checks being made out to McNary Volleyball. Registration forms and entry fees are due by Friday, November 7th. There will be prizes for the best dressed team, and the tournament champion. We hope to see you out there!  

SENIORS!  Jostens last day will be TODAY in the commons during lunch to accept you graduation announcement orders.  Make sure you save money on caps gowns and all your other Graduation supplies by giving all of your orders to Jostens by the end of lunch today, remember, the price goes up later!  If you lost your packet stop by and pick up a new one.  

Wrestlers, there is a short meeting after school on Friday to discuss the wrestling camp we are hosting that begins next week on Monday and Tuesday.  Please stop by Room 232 with Coach Ebbs to get the info on the camp and sign up to volunteer.  This is a very simple and fun event we host but we need your help!  Stop by for 10 minutes after class on Friday from 2:25 until 2:35!

Sr Powder Puff Party is TODAY.  Come to Mrs. Rhoades' room, 156, if you need more information or to reserve a ride to the Sr Powder Puff Party this Friday.

Do you like to carve pumpkins and watch movies?  Here is your opportunity to do both while supporting the American Cancer Society!  There will be a pumpkin carving party in room 261 on Monday October 27th from 2:30pm-5:30pm.  You will get to watch "Nighmare Before Christmas" and carve pumpkins while enjoying popcorn, chips, and a wide variety of candy and cookies.  It only costs $5.00 and you'll even get a pumpkin to carve.  Want to bring your own?  Then it will only be $2.00.  What a good deal!!  Please sign up outside of room 261 to reserve your pumpkin now!  Family and friends are welcome to attend too--just sign them up and have them check in at the main office.   

The KROC center is holding a community service fair this weekend.  If you have a desire to become a hero for your community by participating in community service, stop by on Saturday to get information from a wide range of local non-profit organizations.  

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  SOON you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Thursdays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/23/14

What happens when a Mole of Atoms bond?  They form a MOLEcule!  As of 6:02 this morning, the 10th month of the year and the 23rd day it is officially, MOLE DAY!  Please take a moment to appreciate quantity of atoms within a given specimen of matter.

Since today is Mole Day, be prepared for the first Science Club meeting of the year after school. Go to Mr. Hanson’s room right after school or head out to the courtyard if you’re a few minutes late. There will be a large "Educational Explosion" in the Courtyard tomorrow after school, rain or shine.

BOYS SOCCER IT'S OUR TIME!! Come support & cheer us on tonight @ Sprague HS at 7:00 pm  as we aim for a championship!

Congratulations to Squuad team members Pedro Valencia, Ernesto Ramos, Noah Edwards, Arturo Villalvazo, Tyrell Kennedy-Ashepak, Cauvel Thompson, and Tylor Kennedy-Ashepak for winning the 2014 Intramural Volleyball Championship.  They defeated the McNary Staff Team composed of Sergeant Ellis, Ms. Adams, Mrs. Jacobson-Secor, Mr. Miller, Major Garcia, Mr. Tiller, and Mr. Strejc.  Thanks to all who participated. Intramural Basketball and Soccer will be coming next spring.  

SENIORS!  Jostens will be here today and tomorrow in the commons during lunch to accept you graduation announcement orders.  Make sure you save money on caps gowns and all your other Graduation supplies by giving all of your orders to Jostens by tomorrow, remember, the price goes up later!  If you lost your packet stop by and pick up a new one.  

Wrestlers, there is a short meeting after school on Friday to discuss the wrestling camp we are hosting that begins next week on Monday and Tuesday.  Please stop by Room 232 with Coach Ebbs to get the info on the camp and sign up to volunteer.  This is a very simple and fun event we host but we need your help!  Stop by for 10 minutes after class on Friday from 2:25 until 2:35!

Sr Powder Puff Party is Friday October 24th.  Come to Mrs. Rhoades' room, 156, if you need more information or to reserve a ride to the Sr Powder Puff Party this Friday.

Do you like to carve pumpkins and watch movies?  Here is your opportunity to do both while supporting the American Cancer Society!  There will be a pumpkin carving party in room 261 on Monday October 27th from 2:30pm-5:30pm.  You will get to watch "Nighmare Before Christmas" and carve pumpkins while enjoying popcorn, chips, and a wide variety of candy and cookies.  It only costs $5.00 and you'll even get a pumpkin to carve.  Want to bring your own?  Then it will only be $2.00.  What a good deal!!  Please sign up outside of room 261 to reserve your pumpkin now!  Family and friends are welcome to attend too--just sign them up and have them check in at the main office.   

The KROC center is holding a community service fair this weekend.  If you have a desire to become a hero for your community by participating in community service, stop by on Saturday to get information from a wide range of local non-profit organizations.  

Looking for a good reason to go out and eat? Well tonight, from 5pm to 8pm, make sure to go to Carl's Jr. to support McNary's Air Force JROTC. Tell your families, tell your friends, and of course don't forget to remind yourself to eat dinner this Thursday at Carl's Jr. from 5pm to 8pm. It is a great way to support our school's AFJROTC program and enjoy a burger at the same time.

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  On Monday you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Thursdays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/21/14

What a great day to be a Celt.  I hope you’re ready for the Student Council meeting this morning, I’ll see you over there at 8:30 and we’ll go much more in-depth into things that are happening around our school.

Sr Powder Puff Party is Friday October 24th.  Come to Mrs. Rhoades' room, 156, if you need more information or to reserve a ride to the Sr Powder Puff Party this Friday.

The AWARE Club is now meeting on Tuesdays.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer. This Tuesday we will be meeting in the Library to prepare for upcoming events.  Join the AWARE Club in the library 2:30 this Today.

Do you like to carve pumpkins and watch movies?  Here is your opportunity to do both while supporting the American Cancer Society!  There will be a pumpkin carving party in room 261 on Monday October 27th from 2:30pm-5:30pm.  You will get to watch "Nighmare Before Christmas" and carve pumpkins while enjoying popcorn, chips, and a wide variety of candy and cookies.  It only costs $5.00 and you'll even get a pumpkin to carve.  Want to bring your own?  Then it will only be $2.00.  What a good deal!!  Please sign up outside of room 261 to reserve your pumpkin now!  Family and friends are welcome to attend too--just sign them up and have them check in at the main office.   

The October Student Council Meeting is this morning, that’s like today in the cafeteria at 8:30 am.  All clubs and 2nd period classes should send a representative to the meeting.  Now that Homecoming is over make sure your representative is present to share your concerns as a student at McNary and to listen to plans we have for the rest of the semester.  

A miracle comeback put your Boys soccer team 80 minutes away from its first league championship in a decade. The celtics came back from a 4-0 first half deficit against South Salem Monday night and Gustavo Villalvazo nailed a penalty kick with 1:45 left in the clock to give McNary a 5-4 win and the Greater Valley Conference lead with one game left in the regular season.  Mario Garcia scored 2 goals, Gustavo Villalvazo scored 2 goals and Paulo Reyes 1 goal.  Luis Abundiz and Joel Benjamin combine 10 saves.  All that stands between the Celtics and their first league Championship since 2004 is a game Thursday at Sprague.  OUR FANS WERE AMAZING AND HELP TREMENDOUSLY FOR THIS MIRACLE TO HAPPEN.  Come, cheer and support your boys soccer team Thursday October 23rd at 7:00 pm @ Sprague HS

Looking for a good reason to go out and eat? Well tonight, from 5pm to 8pm, make sure to go to Carl's Jr. to support McNary's Air Force JROTC. Tell your families, tell your friends, and of course don't forget to remind yourself to eat dinner this Thursday at Carl's Jr. from 5pm to 8pm. It is a great way to support our school's AFJROTC program and enjoy a burger at the same time.

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  On Monday you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

It’s a new 6week period and if you’re grades and attendance have been good then you need to stop by room 157 and pick-up your new off campus lunch pass!  Get them now while they’re hot, because our security will not be accepting the old passes now that we’re in the 2nd 6weeks.  If you did not maintain good enough grades, then buckle down this grading period and I’ll look forward to seeing you at Carl’s Jr. next 6weeks.  

 

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

High school students are not allowed on Claggett campus for after school games unless they are with a parent or guardian or have a sibling who is playing in a game at Claggett.  Also, no students are allowed on campus until game time, at either 3:45pm or 4:00pm.

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Thursdays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156.  Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to learn what the AWARE Club is doing this year.

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 10/20/14

Good Monday Morning Celts!  I hope you enjoyed that beautiful weekend and are pumped up for another week of school.  There are some big things going on this week, so tune in and show up cause a lot of people need your help.  

Your soccer team wants to cordially invite all of you to our crucial last home game in regular season tonight  at 7:00 pm vs South Salem. Come support & cheer us on as we aim for a championship!

The October Student Council Meeting is tomorrow morning, that’s Tuesday in the cafeteria at 8:30 am.  All clubs and 2nd period classes should send a representative to the meeting.  Now that Homecoming is over make sure your representative is present to share your concerns as a student at McNary and to listen to plans we have for the rest of the semester.  

Looking for a good reason to go out and eat? Well this Thursday, from 5pm to 8pm, make sure to go to Carl's Jr. to support McNary's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. Tell your families, tell your friends, and of course don't forget to remind yourself to eat dinner this Thursday at Carl's Jr. from 5pm to 8pm. It is a great way to support our school's AFJROTC program and enjoy a burger at the same time. Go Air Force!

The Celtic Shop will be opening soon.  The Celtic shop is located in the commons directly across the way from the main office.  We will be open during both lunches, Wednesday morning before school and after school Monday through Thursday.  On Monday you will be able to buy a variety of snacks and beverages.  Celtic Strong, Snack On!

It’s a new 6week period and if you’re grades and attendance have been good then you need to stop by room 157 and pick-up your new off campus lunch pass!  Get them now while they’re hot, because our security will not be accepting the old passes now that we’re in the 2nd 6weeks.  If you did not maintain good enough grades, then buckle down this grading period and I’ll look forward to seeing you at Carl’s Jr. next 6weeks.  

 

Come to Study Hall after school from 2:30 to 3:30 every Monday through Thursday! De-stress your life by getting your homework done before you go home, and enjoy free food at the same time! Just sign in with Bridgette Tedrow at the table in front of the cafeteria. See you after school!

The Snoball committee is having a dress drive and Formal Wear give-away leading up to the 61st annual Sno Ball.  Formal wear for both boys and girls will be collected here at McNary from now until the end of the month.  If you have a formal dress or other accesories please bring them to room 53 and we will donate them to the cause.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Heimerdinger or Ubaldo Rojas.  The actual dress give-away will be November 15th, more info on that later.

Do you LOVE doing community service?  Consider joining the 3rd “Almost Annual” Keizer Community Center clean-up on November 15th.  They need at least 60 volunteers who will be trimming bushes and hedges, planting some shrubs and dumping the collected trimmings and leaves into a drop box.  If you have any of the following, please bring them if you can:  Wheelbarrow, Plastic Trash Can, Rake, Broom, Tarp, Pruners, Shovel, etc.  Dress for the weather in long pants, sturdy shoes/boots, gloves, hats, coat, etc.  Restrooms are on site.  Light refreshments provided.  Sign-Up outside room 53 and be sure to pick-up and return the Youth Waiver Form which is due on October 22nd.

High school students are not allowed on Claggett campus for after school games unless they are with a parent or guardian or have a sibling who is playing in a game at Claggett.  Also, no students are allowed on campus until game time, at either 3:45pm or 4:00pm.

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips or even some wicked cool hand movements then come check out the ASL club Thursdays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read manga? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15.  Come join us for fun and friendship, the next meeting is October 8th.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

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